NBA star Nick Young's rapper ex-girlfriend Iggy Azalea prefers meat over men!

Updated: Jan 25, 2018, 10:03 IST | A Correspondent

Los Angeles Lakers NBA star Nick Young's ex-girlfriend and rapper Azalea says she can live without a partner forever but not without her favourite meat

Iggy Azalea
Iggy Azalea

US rapper Iggy Azalea has said that she'd rather be single forever than not have chicken nuggets all her life. Azalea, 27, received 20 nuggets by mistake after ordering 10 from a restaurant, and was so excited that she took to Twitter to express her joy, and then asked her followers what was more important — being single forever or never eating chicken.

Nick Young
Nick Young

"I ordered 10 piece nuggets and they gave me 20 by mistake. I now have conclusive evidence good things are coming my way. What am I gonna do with 20 entire chicken nuggets, honestly I feel so rich now," wrote Azalea, who called off her engagement with Young, 30, after claiming to have caught him cheating on her a number of times last year. "I broke up with Nick because I found out he had brought other women home while I was away and caught them on security cameras," she had said while calling off the engagement.

She's probably still sour from that episode though and that's why she claimed that her loyalties lie with chicken rather than men, owing to the instability factor in a human relationship: "Chicken is the only stable lasting relationship I've had, so I can't vote against it. Sorry. That's insanity (sic)."

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